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|... change. The case was brought by Equity Generation Lawyers principal David Barnden. He is the same lawyer who defended Mark McVeigh in his case against his super fund Rest. That case resulted in McVeigh and Rest settling out of court and Rest changing ...|
|... also excluded. Development of the option follows the landmark Federal Court case brought against Rest by its member, Mark McVeigh. After more than two years, the case was dismissed as Rest agreed to all of McVeigh's requests, including publicly acknowledging ...|
|... La Trobe University in July 2019, where O'Donnell is studying law. Barnden is the same lawyer who represented Mark McVeigh in his landmark case against industry fund Rest, which settled out of court but saw the fund change its policies around climate ...|
|Of the almost 3500 stories penned this year, these are the stories the Financial Standard team feels defined 2020. The Financial Standard editorial team has written 3484 stories so far in 2020. It wasn't always easy either. Like most of you, we ...|
|... option, following its recent legal stoush with a member over climate change. In the wake of its settlement with member Mark McVeigh, Rest is seeking feedback from members as to what they feel a socially responsible investment option should look like ...|
|The Federal Court case brought by Mark McVeigh against the $57 billion industry super fund has been dismissed. The case was scheduled to be heard today but Justice Perram ordered that by consent the case was to be dismissed. McVeigh and Rest have been ...|
|... members over the fund's approach to climate change is pushing ahead, with a trial fast approaching. Rest and Mark McVeigh have a hearing for a dispute on discovery and privilege today before mediation on September 22 and a pre-trial case management ...|
|... responsibility to disclose climate change as a risk in bond information statements. Barnden is the same lawyer representing Mark McVeigh in his suit against superannuation fund Rest for its alleged failure to address and disclose climate risk appropriately. ...|
|Rest member Mark McVeigh's day in court with his $57 billion industry superannuation fund over its management of climate change risk has been delayed. New orders were made in the Federal Court yesterday, with the trial date pushed back from July ...|
|... fell by 57.55% from $33.7 billion to $14.3 billion. Market Forces' online super fund comparison tools are how Mark McVeigh started looking into what his super fund, Rest, was doing on climate change. McVeigh's curiosity resulted in a lawsuit ...|
AIA Australia's newly launched advice business has named a chief executive to lead its efforts, as the life insurer brings some Commonwealth Financial Planning advisers into the fold.
Yesterday's Standing Committee hearings on financial advice suggested the corporate regulator and industry superannuation funds are the only ones benefiting from increasing costs.
The superannuation startup geared at self-employed workers is looking to raise $1.5 million, as it sets it sights on 60,000 members in five years.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has made changes to its procedures to weed out complaints where the consumer didn't really suffer any financial harm.
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